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Swanpool is a fitted cardigan worked from the top down with mock cables which run from the neck rib. The yoke shapings are worked either side of these cables which end to give an interesting shape to the top of the garment. Worked in reverse stocking stitch, the mock cable pattern provides a false seam under the sleeves and down the sides of the...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This cute little owl is made from just one ball of yarn. I knitted the front first then pulled out different colours of yarn to make the wings, feathers, eyes, beak and feet. The back of the owl can easily be made from what’s left. I also used two 20mm buttons for eyes. Buttons with four holes look better than buttons with two holes.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion, Animal Toy, Coffee / Tea Pot, Home - Other
This chunky chicken pattern is an adaptation of the Magic Balls Chicken Tea Cosy pattern in a standard chunky yarn. We couldn’t keep up with the demand for the packs of Magic Balls so re-designed the Tea Cosy and added a base so you can make a cushion/doorstop instead.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These cabled socks are worked from the top down. They are quite straightforward to work and are an excellent choice for a knitter who would like to move on to a patterned sock from a standard sock pattern. The cable pattern continues down the side of the heel flap.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This triangular shawl is worked in cables and an easy lace pattern. You can easily make the shawl larger and the pattern is very straightforward and you can see where the pattern is going which really helps if you are new to lace knitting.
There is no gauge for this pattern as it is a very flexible pattern which you can use a wide variety of yarns for. The Feza yarn is made up of 10 or 11 different yarns, all different thicknesses and using a larger needle and the lacy pattern makes it all flow beautifully.